Four-pick cross-sport parlay for today 7/1 (+1464 odds): MLB, Premier Lacrosse League and Wimbledon

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We have put together a 4-pick cross-sport parlay that will take you right through Friday, including picks from the MLB, Premier Lacrosse League and Wimbledon. Two picks are taken from the MLB with one from Wimbledon and the Premier Lacrosse League. A winning ticket would give us a nice payout with odds of +1464 at DraftKings Sportsbook. Let’s break down each of these plays.

Wimbledon: John Isner ML (+130) over Jannick Sinner, 9:30 am ET

Isner is the essence of a streaky player. He is prone to prolonged slumps, but when he gets some momentum he can really go on a run – making him even more dangerous than he already is with arguably the biggest serve in tennis history. Isner is certainly rolling right now after taking out Andy Murray in four sets on Centre Court earlier this week. It’s no real surprise that Isner once reached the Wimbledon semifinals (2018); his serve is a nightmare for opponents – especially on the lawn.

On the other side, Sinner had never won a main-tour match on grass in his career prior to this fortnight, so he really should not be as big of a favorite as he is on Friday. In fact, the 20-year-old Italian probably shouldn’t even be favored at all. For that reason, backing Isner to pull the upset will be the play.

Be sure to check out all of our best bets for Wimbledon Day 5

Premier Lacrosse League: Archers vs Redwoods – Under 24.5 goals (-125), 7:00 pm ET

This is a game consisting of two offenses that have the talent and ability to blow out another team, yet have been unable to consistently score this season. Over the past 4 weeks, we have seen the Archers average an impressive 14 scores per game but their performance is inconsistent from week to week (10, 17, 20, 9).

The Redwoods, on the other hand, average a meager 9 scores per game. They have scored 11 goals in three of their games and hit a season-low 3 goals in Week 2. To say that they’ve struggled to find their groove is an understatement and there’s no reason to expect the Redwoods to improve on their scoring average this week. Take the under on what should be a very physical game with a lot of forced turnovers.

Be sure to check out our full game preview for Archers vs Redwoods

MLB: Colorado Rockies ML (-125) over Arizona Diamondbacks,  8:10 pm ET

Arizona’s Merrill Kelly was a part of the problem in their recent series loss to the Detroit Tigers. He gave up 4 runs to a bad Detroit lineup in that series opener, and Colorado can give him fits in this series opener.

The Rockies, on the other hand, may not be leading their division, but they have a solid lineup. Kris Bryant has also returned, providing a boost to Colorado. Starting pitcher, Antonio Senzatela is no ace, but the Diamondbacks lineup has not been consistent. They’re one of the league’s worst in terms of strikeouts, and Senzatela won’t be giving up many free bases. This may be a battle of the bottom of the NL West, but the Rockies should come out on top.

Be sure to check out our full game preview for Arizona Diamondbacks vs Colorado Rockies

MLB: Baltimore Orioles vs Minnesota Twins – Over 9 runs (+110), 8:10 pm ET

Baltimore has posted a league-average offense over the last 30 days, and the Orioles should produce some runs tonight. Especially against the Minnesota bullpen, which allowed 5 runs in the last two frames against the Guardians on Monday. Meanwhile, I have total faith in the Twins’ lineup. Byron Buxton and company should mash Spenser Watkins. Add in the fact that the wind is projected to be blowing straight out to right field at 11mph and we have the perfect storm for an over.

Be sure to check out our full game preview for Baltimore Orioles vs Minnesota Twins 

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